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Netanyahu Vows to Cancel Street Named after Yasser Arafat

There were the inevitable comments about that famous 1996 picture of Prime Minister Netanyahu shaking hands sincerely with the Chairman from Ramallah.

4,000 Years Old Mysterious Tomb with Rock Art Exposed in Upper Galilee

What makes this dolmen so unique is its huge dimensions, the structure surrounding it and, most importantly, the artistic decorations engraved in its ceiling.

Reports: Tony Blair Met with Kushner on Becoming Trump’s Mid-East Advisor

In May 2008, Blair announced a new plan for peace and based mostly on the Peace Valley plan, an effort to promote economic cooperation among Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

US House Delegation in Israel to Examine Embassy Move

Presidential candidate Donald Trump, President-Elect and President Trump have held fluctuating views on the embassy move.

Iran Successfully Tests Russian S300 Air-Defense System

Originally, the Russians were prepared to renege on the $800 million contract they signed in 2007 to sell Iran the S-300 missile system, because of objections from the United States and Israel.

Stabbing Attack in Cave of Patriarchs Thwarted

The Border Guard officers pointed their weapons at the suspect and arrested him without the use of force.

Leading Liberal Orthodox Rabbi: Women May Not Be Called Up to the Torah, Lead...

Rabbi Riskin was responding to a question, asking if his actions contradicted a recent decision from the OU.

Amb. Dermer: Trump’s Request to Restrict Settlement Expansion Caught Us by Surprise

Dermer suggested that behind the American policy regarding the conflict is the Administration's decision to convey to the PA that time is working against them.

Report: Despite Severe Overcrowding, Israeli Hospitals Admit Tens of Thousands of Gazan Patients

According to senior healthcare officials, the PA systematically evades payment for the hospital care received by its residents.

Kedumim Beekeeper Wins Honey Tasting Contest in North Carolina

Yael Farbstein won first place in the category of the International Multi-Floral Sourced Honeys of the Black Jar Honey Tasting Contest.

Ben Gurion Airport Luggage Inspection System Breaks Down

Some 15,000 travelers on the 'night flights' managed to depart from Ben Gurion International Airport on time.

IDF Judge Rules: Private Elor Azaria Not to Start Prison Till Appeal Complete

The prosecution agreed to the appeal but wanted Azaria to start serving his prison term immediately.

Israel to Host Groundbreaking Conference on Relations Between Homelands and their Diasporas

Senior officials from 30 countries to gather in Jerusalem to learn from Israel’s experience in maintaining ties with Diaspora Jews.

President Rivlin Mourns Photographer David Rubinger

Rubinger was the Israeli photographer who shot the famous photo of three Israeli paratroopers after the liberation of the Western Wall on the third day of the Six-Day War.

Netanyahu Wants Amb. Dermer to Stay On

Dermer, 46, was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, the younger son of an Israeli mother and a New York-born father– who became mayor of Miami Beach in the late 1960s.

Gov. Cuomo: No Time for Arabs in Israel Visit

This would Cuomo's second journey to Israel as governor, out of three trips abroad altogether.
Activist Nadia Matar

Friday Vigil at Gush Etzion Intersection Plagued by Stone Throwing

The vigil is in response to the sharp increase in the past few weeks of stone throwing by Arabs on the road in eastern Gush Etzion.

Rocket Hits Ashkelon Coast Regional Council

This is the fifth rocket attack launched against Israel from either Gaza or Sinai since the beginning of February.

Netanyahu Meets with Indian National Security Adviser

The meeting was in preparation for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Israel this summer.

Report: Wounded Terrorists Wait 47 Minutes on Average for Medical Treatment

The Police Spokesperson said that police protocol requires an examination of the injured terrorist by sappers to verify that no weapons or explosives are present on his or her person.

Trump or Not, Govt. May Push Ma’ale Adumim Annexation Bill

The new law would create an urban Jewish gap across the heart of a future Palestinian State.

Israeli Art Exhibit, Highlighting Refugee Crisis, Open at UN Delegate’s Entrance

The exhibit draws attention to the refugee crisis and features works of welded iron superimposed over Reuter’s photographs of refugees.

Terrorist Enters Jewish Home, Terrorist Dead

The family dog jumped the terrorist, giving the father time to pull out his gun...

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